Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) has discovered something incredible in the Milky Way galaxy – what its team calls the “base”. But it was not until Thursday (May 12) that the findings were made.
The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Team is Teased the invention online, But the full announcement will come during a series of EDT (1300 GMT) press conferences at 9 a.m. hosted by companies around the world. The Milky Way Discovery events will be streamed online for public viewing. Following the press conferences, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and The European Southern Observatory (ESO) will host independent Q&A panels, which will be broadcast online.
EHT is a network of radio telescopes around the world that primarily explores black holes. In 2019, EHT similarly teased a new invention The first image of the black hole. Whatever the invention, it will definitely be shocking. Below are details for live webcasts streaming EHT notifications and subsequent questionnaire sessions.
National Science Foundation Webcast
May 12, 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT)
European Southern Surveillance Webcast
May 12, 3pm CEST (1300 GMT)
ESO, which operates some of the facilities for participating in the Event Horizon telescope observations, will hold its press conference outside Munich, Germany. Live video will be broadcast ESO website And its YouTube channel.
Conceiோ நேo National de Sciencia y Technology Webcast
May 12, 8 CDT (1300 GMT)
CONACyT, Mexico’s national science organization, will hold its press conference in Mexico and broadcast it on the agency. YouTube channel.
Alma Observatory EHT Discovery Webcast
May 12, 9 a.m. CLT (1300 GMT)
The Joint ALMA Observatory, which includes NRAO / NAOJ / ESO’s Atacama Large Millimeter / submillimeter Array (ALMA) and ESO’s Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX), will both participate in the Event Horizon telescope surveillance campaign and conduct its press. Conference in Vittagura, Chile. Watch the live stream ALMA Laboratory Website
Question and Answer Panels after the EHT announcement
National Science Foundation, 10:30 a.m. EDT (1430 GMT)
European Southern Observatory Question and Answer, 4:30 CEST (1430 GMT)
ESO will host a Q&A session with a team of EHT researchers for public viewing YouTube channel.